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far/further/farthest afield

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfar/further/farthest afieldfar/further/farthest afieldFARfar away, especially from home They were exporting as far afield as Alexandria. students who come from further afield afield
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from further afieldAt least in theory, this should make the region increasingly attractive to foreign investment from further afield.Rabbits are not territorial creatures to the extent of evicting other rabbits moving into their home ground from further afield.The majority were families from the nearby villages but there were also numerous railway enthusiasts from further afield.This is an amenity that all Teessiders and others from further afield will be able to enjoy for generations.
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